Congratulations to the class of 2022!
Our ceremony this year is scheduled for May 18th 2022 7PM @ The Curtis Menard Center.
Rehearsal is REQUIRED and will be held May 17th @ The Curtis Menard Center 8AM-10AM
If you have any questions about graduation, please contact our graduation coordinator, Stephanie Haase 907-861-5538.
Counseling recommended Senior Timeline
- Due to the parking limitations at the Menard, graduates will be REQUIRED to meet at Colony High School at 4PM to ride the bus to the Menard Center. We will be taking a senior class photo with all the seniors in the CHS gym (family is welcome to take photos at this time as well) before we leave for the Menard.
This year’s ceremony will be held at the Curtis Menard Center on May 18th, 7PM. Tickets are free but limited based on capacity. Families will be given 11 tickets per graduate for the ceremony and will be notified when they are ready for pick up.
- Students currently attending other schools who wish to walk with CHS, you need to complete an intent to walk form obtained from YOUR CURRENT SCHOOL and have that turned in no later than the last day of 3rd quarter, March 3rd 2022 to participate in our graduation ceremony. Keep in mind you must also meet the CHS attendance requirements in order to be eligible.
Gradblast will be held after graduation at the Menard Center from 9PM-1:00AM. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. CTHS and Colony high graduates are welcome to attend.
If you have a student artist, please encourage them to submit an original piece for use on the graduation program. Artwork can be submitted to email@example.com or delivered in person to Mrs. Haase in the library. Deadline for submissions is April 15th, 2022.
We are looking for photo submissions for our senior slideshow, please submit photos to the following link https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1E1PEUZ1Qa36ewCwDLmlwffmHmMmMNQYuMRC4urWmOyk/viewform?edit_requested=true
November 30th - Jostens Cap and Gown Orders Due!
December 1st - Senior Photos Due!
December 15th - Senior Quotes Due!
February 28th - Yearbook Orders Due!
February 28th - Personalized Senior Yearbook Ads Due!
Zoom Link for financial aid night.
November 9th&10th A and B lunch in the theater
Each meeting will offer the same information, you only need to attend one. We will be going over cap and gown orders, where to locate senior information, how to submit senior photos, and more!
Colony High School's Graduation--A Tradition of Excellence
Graduation has always been a dignified and CLASSY ceremony at Colony High School
Like a wedding ceremony, it has this in common:
- People dress up
- People use their best manners
- Like bridesmaids or ushers, people dress in the “costume of the event”—in this case, caps & gowns with a uniform look that states “WE ARE THE CLASS OF 2022!”
- Not a time to express individuality with “special” decorations of caps/gowns that make you stand out or appear different than the rest of your class
- Not a time to disrupt the ceremony for everyone else with things that draw attention away from guest speakers or from one of your fellow graduates who is crossing the stage—in other words, NO STEALING SOMEONE ELSE’S SPECIAL MOMENT PLEASE!
- Things to keep in mind:
- Graduation gowns should be ironed (pressed) or steamed to get out wrinkles
- Clothing is semi-formal/business attire: female graduates are required to wear a dress, skirt, or dress pants; male graduates are required to wear dress slacks, a dress shirt with buttons, and a collar.
- Students are not permitted to go barefoot, wear flip flops, tennis shoes, shorts, or jeans. Caps and gowns MAY NOT be embellished with glitter, sequins, or other decorative elements.
- Students will not be permitted to carry flowers, balloons, or other items with them as they enter the stadium; those items can be given to students after the ceremony concludes and the Alumni Class of 2022 is announced and presented to the audience.
- No writing of any kind on caps.
- No gum, beach balls, silly string, air horns, bubbles, purses, cameras, camcorders, toys, or helium balloons. Let your parents or family keep cameras and purses for you so they are not lost in the crowd.
- No flip flops (too casual for graduation) or awkward high heels that increase the likelihood of you walking like a klutz or, worse, falling on stairs/stage.
- Fees and fines need to be paid and cleared before graduation. THIS INCLUDES RETURN OF ALL TEXTBOOKS/LIBRARY MATERIALS
- These are consequences for poor decisions:
- Removal from graduation ceremony
- Diploma withheld
- Arrest by police;criminal charges
- Charges and fines